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Stock-taking time is approaching, and in order to reduce
I flt0Ck we will offer unheard-of inducements in all D?part
ants of our Mammoth Store, commencing Monday morning,
le 20th instant, and continuing throughout tue week ending
^turday, the 25th. In order to convince the public that
hen we say inducements we mean inducements, we give a
L prices for comparison. If you will come early you will
?An Goods and prices just as we say. Some lots are limited,
Ad we have no guarantee how long they will last. If you
"mt the best things come early.
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let the following speak :
100 y arda 4-4 Unbleached Sea blands, worth 5c, at. 03
OdO yards .'10-inch Unbleached Drills, worth 6ic, at. 04
tad-wide Bleaching, worth 5c, Rt.,. 031
Itt?-m?c Bleaching, worth 7?c, at.'. 05
tait of the Loom Bleachiug, yard-wide, at. . 051
a_4 Unbleached Sheeting, former price 25c, now. 16
l?game Bleached, now......... 16
few York Mills and Wamsutta Bleach inge, former price 125c, now.... 09
I?greatest line of Domestics in the City.
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WOOLEN DRESS FABRICS.
We bave a great line of them, but mention no prices as the only way
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Qn thf r>e Goods will bo our greatest cuts.
to Kreuch Organdies, formerly 35c and 50c, now. 25
to French Organdies, formerly 25o, now. 18
to French Orgaudies, formerly 20c, now. 125
to French Organdies, formerly 15c, now. 10
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Ffaite Lawns, worth ordinarily 10c, now. 045
paite PKa, formerly 20c, now. 12*
nit? Dimities, formerly 15c, now.. 10
KICKS-White and Colored, formerly 10c, now. 08i
ba cue Canton Cords just received, pretty new goods, ordiuarily retail
ed at 10c, now. 04
?all quantity Percale, regular 125c goods, now. 05
st of Remnants at a mere song.
ACES and EMBROIDERIES. Great values.
BIMMINGS of various kinds and at Big Reductions.
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.SUCH values never heard of before !
lie lot of All Silk at..... 125
be lot of All Silk, former price 50c, at. 25
to lot of AU Silk, former price 75c, at. 50
UMBRELLAS and PARASOLS.
Pure White, Fancy Colors and Black.
In this Department we have some of the greatest vaiues on earth.
ie lot of Untrimmed Sailors at. 07
?8 lot of Untrimmed Sailors at..,. ll
be line of Ribbons, good assortment of colors, at a big reduction.
1SHE8 and 8\SH RIBBONS away below the regular price,
ll Trimmings, Flowers, Etc., in this Department at big reductions.
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CARPETS, MATTINGS, RUGS, Etc, cheap.
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OXFORD TIES, Etc.,
ta great reduction, and our stock of Shoos and Oxfords is the largest aud
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IO PAKE !
DEAN BUSINESS !
KIST REDUCE STOCK 1
Don't believe in carrying Goods over! Prefer dividing
.?fit8 with our customers ! Tho Cash a big thing with us
?tnow! Pric?^ quoted for this week only !
irown, Osborne & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Coalers in
WEDNE8DAY, JUNE 22, 1898
Mles Margaret VanWyck ia in Atlanta
Kev. T. C. Llgon, of Rock Hill, IR ia tbe
city spending a few days.
Tbe Greenville District Conference
meeta at Piedmont to day.
Piedmont is arranging to celebrate tbs
Fourth of July in royal style.
O. J. Copeland ?ill preach at Cedar
Grove next Sunday at ll o'clock.
Mies Eleanor Osborne hos gone to Kesley
to spend a few dny a with friends.
The esrly peaobea are ripening. A few
were in the market last Saturday.
The new advertisement of the Alliance
Store will Inter? .c you tbis week.
The Sessions Court will convene at
Walhalla on the flrst Monday lo July.
Mr. L P. Smith carried a large crowd
ct. his excursion to All iota yesterday.
This entire section bat been blessed with
fine showers of rain dui lng the past week.
Some of our energatic gardenera are
now planting a teoond crop of vegetables.
Tbe male aex sboqld read carefully the
new advertisement of B. O Evana & Co
Court convenes next Monday. Jurors
and witnesses should be on hand prompt?
Misa Josephine Cashin went up to Sen
eca last week to visit ber aunt, Mn. Frank
Mrs. H. H. Watkins haa gone to Chick -
amnuga to spend awhile with Capt. Wat*
The County cSQclal* commenced to day
moving into their o f?leos in the new Court
Accord! ig to the almanacs the summer
season began yesterday, the longest day of
Our young friend, Hampton Cirpentor,
left las'. Friday for tho WeBt Point Military
Mr. F. J. Pelzerand family, of Charles
ton, are now at their sommer home near
Mr. Pani Div vcr, of Atlanta, arrived in
the city last Saturday to spend a few day a
with his parents.
The. new advertisement of Brook Bro?,
thia week will prove interesting to the
Mrs. Lucia Edwards, of Darlington, ls
in the city visiting her parents. Col. and
Mrs. J. B. Patrick.
In their new advertisement thia week
C. F. Jones & Co. oall attention to some
bargains they are offering.
M?as Annie Johnson, of Lowndesvllle,
is In the city visiting tbe family of her
brother, Mr. W. G. Johnson.
Miss Anna Cunningham, a daughter of
Mr. J. G. Cunningham, of this city, is
visiting relatives in Greenwood.
Mrs. W. G. 8mitb, of Columbia, is in the
eity visiting her daughters, Mrs. M. A.
Dean and Mrs. T A. Ratliff?.
The many friends of Capl. T. F. Hill?
who has been quite sick for several weeks,
rejoiced to see him ont yesterday.
If yon want to secure some genuine
bargains, you should read carefully the
new advertisement of Bio wo, Osborne &
The young people of the city will have
a danae in the City Hall thia evening.
Visitors from neighboring towns will at
Mrs. James R. Vandlverand Mrs. Wm.
Liu ch lin attended the Convention of Wo
man's Clubs, which met at Seneca a week
The Anderson girls and boye, who have
been attending Oo'!?gs in distant cities,
have returned home to spend their vaca
Oar fellow-townsman. Mr. W. A Pant,
had been slok for several weeks, but we
are ??lad to report that he is now convales
Last Saturday at tbe examination of
teaobers for the public schools there were
fifteen white applicants sod thirty-six
Mr. Robt. M. Baker has gone to Louis
ville, Ky., to attend the National Connell
of the Junior Order of United American
Eogene Long, of tbe Hones Path sec
tion, has gone to Columbia, where be has
accepted a position in the State Hospital
for the Insane.
There will be an all day Binging at Beu
lah Church the first Sunday In Joly. Ev
Broody is Invited to' attend and bring
their dinner baskets. .
Mr. C. 8. Minor has be?n visiting his old
home, Milledgevills, Ga , and attending
the marrisge of his brother, wbioh took
place at Macon last week.
Jno. A. Austin <fc Co. bava a lot or Cey
lon and India Tea, which will more than
please you it you aie a tea drinker. Read
their hew advertisement.
If any bf oar young men desire to enlist
In Ob. O and go to Cblokamanga, they
should sse Lient. Brown at ooee, as his
stay in tho eity is limited.
Misa Sadie Watson, s daaghter of Or.
D. 8. Watson, who lives near this city,
graduated from thc Cooper-Limestone In
stitute, in Spartaohurg County, last week
A little child of Mr. and Mrs. S Jasper
Browne, formerly of this County, died at
their home, Newborn, Ga., on Thursday,
16th lust,, of cholera infantum, aged one
Oar yoong townsman, Ernest F. Coch
ran, Esq., went dow? to Charleston last
week and qualified as Assistant District
Attorney for the Halted States Circuit
Oar venerable frisad. Dr. M. L. Sbarpn,
formerly of this city, bat who ls now
living in Spartan burg, ii speeding m few
days hers, and is warmly greeted by his
many old friends.
Mr. A. Beaty Sherard, who has Jost
graduated from the law department of the
South Carolina College, has returned to
bis horns nt Moffattsvllle, atid is cordially
welcomed br his many friend?.
Tbe Trust?es of tbe Hones Path High
Sobool will meet on the lat July to elect a
principal. All applicants must bave good
recommendations and file their applica
tions before the day of election.
Tbe State Teachers Association will
meet at Harris Springs July 1-4. A full
attendance ia expected and a delightful
meeting ls In anticipation. Every teacher
who can should attend thia meeting.
Mr E. B. Keys, of Broadway Township,
?owed 32 bushels of wheat last fall. L<?9t
week hi?* crop waa threshed and it yielded
bim 102 bushels. Th io ls certainly a line
yield, atid also u vo*y profitable crop
Coog.esi-mvi r.atimer WSB quite sick at
bit? home in Briton last week, but in now
mending rapidly and will soon return to
bis poet of duty in Washington. 1 spent
a ?hort while in tbe city Monday after
On account of tbe increase in business
in tbe An lemon pnstoilice, tbe salary of
th* postmaster has been increased from
91800 to 91900 a year. Tbe salarien of HOV
omi other postmasters in the State have al
so been increased.
Miss 8ue Dickson, wbo bas been a
teacher In tbe Anderson Graded Sobool for
tbe past two years, has returned to her old
home, Colombia, where she baa been
elected a teacher in the Graded School.
Her many friends regret to see her leave
The midsummer recital of Mies Lissie
Cornish's moeia pupils will be given in
the Opera House on Tuesday evening,
Joly 5th An Interesting program is being
arranged for the occasion. The proceeds
will be donated to tbe purchase of a Hag
for tbs Anderson Volunteers.
. Mr. B. S Patrick, nf A jdereoa. bas re
ceived the degree of Electrical and Me
chanical Engineer from the Alabama
Polytechnic Institute. He has also been
elected by tbe trastees of that Institution
to the position of Commandant of Cadets,
and pat in charge of the gymnasium.
J The first cotton bloom of the season to
find its way to ?&r office >s from tbe fields
i of Mr. Joseph Harper, of Broadway
' Township. The bloom appeared on
Thursday, 10ih inst. On <'ridav blooms
! were also received from IS:.C. D. Madden,
of Autun, and Mr. G. J. Murdrey, of the
The annual plo nie which was to take
? place next Saturday, 25th last , at Majors'
Mills, has been changed to Anderoon vii le.
I Tbs public is cordially invited to attend
1 and bring well-filled dinner baskets. The
j candidates are especially invited to be
present Hon. J. W. Ashley will deliver
It la proposed to have a re-anion of the
?dd students of the Carswell Institute this
year. In another column Mr. T. T. Wake
I field publishes a notice ic refeience to the
matter and calls a meeting to be held in
thia city next Monday to arrange a pro
gram for the occasiun. All of tbe old stu
dents should attend this meeting.
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
M. Vance McGee died at their home in
Hall Township last Sunday ni?' ?. Tbe
little one was sick only three days with
cholera infantum. The remains were In
terred at First Creek Cbnroh Monday af
ternoon. In their sore bereavement the
parents have the sympathies of all theil
Cblldren'a Day will be observed at Fist
Rock next Sunday, and ali the neighbor
ing Sunday Schools are cordially invited k
attend. Hon. J. M. Sullivan and, J. F,
R'ce, Esq., will address tbe School. Th?
Vareonea choir will conduct the mush
for the occasion. The services will begin
promptly at 10 o'clock a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Minor, who were
u nitod in the holy bonds of matrimony a
Macon, Ga., last week, have been spend
lng a few days lu the city theeuests of tht
former's brother, Mr. C. 8. Mloor. Last
Saturday afternoon a reception was ten'
dered the bride and groom at lue homo o
Mr. Minor, and was attended by a larg*
crowd of tbe ladies of the city.
Prof. John T. Milford will conduct i
singing at Mispah Baptist Church, nea
Iva, next Sunday, beginning at 0 n'clool
a. m. Tho public is cordially invited ti
attend nnd bring the dinner baskets, as tb
meeting will continue throughout tbe day
I In tbe afternoon at 4 o'clock services w il
! ha conducted by the pastor, and will con
elude with the celebration of the Lord'
State Superintendent of Education May
field bas made public his schedule fo
County Institutes for white teachers thi
summer over the State. Thst for Andei
son County will be held in this city Au
gnst 1-0, conducted by Prof. Patterto
! Ward law, of the Sooth Carolina Colleg?
j and Superintendent S A. Greaser, of th
I Darlington Graded Schools
Rev. W. R Richardson, pastor of tb
Methodist Church at Anderson, spec
nevera! dayo In Piedmont last week visil
ing his brother?, J. M. and N. T. Richard
son. On Thursday night be conducte
the meeting at tbe Methodist church bei
and gave a deeply impressive talk on pet
soual responsibility from the words, "N
man liveth to himself, and no man diet
to himself." The service was oi joyed b
alt present.-Piedmont Sun.
We were very glad to meet Mr. G. 1
Tolly, the mayor or Ander8on, ti. C., u
our streets the other day. He was bei
with his wits visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. W
Wilcox. Mr. Tolly took occasion to ?a
that b? hoped Elberton would sot malt
the mistake his olty had in reference 1
waterworks. They have tho syndical
system like the ona proposed to be vote
on hire. He ssys it ls a great deal ehesi
or and mach more satisfactory for ns I
own onr piont.- Ulbert un (Ga.) Star.
The attention of all of the County cai
didat?s is called to the following extra
from the Constitution of tho Democrat
party of the State: "No vote abell I
counted for any candidate who docs ot
fi>a with tho Ohairman of the County El
ccu ti ve Committee s pledge in writing tb;
be will abide tbs result of such primai
and support the nominees thereof, ar
that he 1* not nor will be become the cai
I dldste of any faction, either privately <
publicly suggested, other than the reg uh
Democratic nomination; provided, fur th o
that no candidate shall be declared norn
na tod unless he receives a majority of tl
votes cast for the office for whlcb he ls
candidate. Provided, that tbs pledge
roch candidate shall bo filed on or befoi
the day of the first campaign meeting
Jim Iv o, n colored tenant OD Mr B F.
Crayton'o plantation lo Rock Mills Town
ship, bad tho misfortune to lose bis wheat
crop-about 75 bushels-a fe? days ago
The thresher bad just reached bis home
and commenced work, when a spark from
the engine lodged In his pile of wheat and
j in a few seconds it wai In a big blaze. An
old barn, containing 400 bundles of fod
der, near where the wheat wai piled, was
also burned. The loss falls quite heavy
no Lue, who la an industrious and worthy
colored ni vu.
The dedicatory Bervicoa ot the new
Court HDU O will begin promptly at 10
o'elock next Monday morning, Tho ex
crches will be brief and appropriate. The
ladies are cordially Invited to attend. In
consequence of iuabilitv of Homo of the
speakers to attend the t edlcation Herviros,
.1. K ll >od, H-q., will he subsiitnted for
Col. Johepb N. Brown in presenting the
Bible to tho Clerk; ro-pinne by li. F.
Cochran, Esq. E. M Bucker, E?q., is
r-ubstituted for Maj. B P. Whittier in pre
senting the Stave? to Bherlu".
Las* Tbureday the Board of Trust?e?? of
the Andereon Graded Schcol met and
elected Prof. Thoa. C. Walton, of Tampa,
Pla., Superintendent, Prof. J. C. Harper,
who has been In charge of the Honea l'uth
School for eevoral years, was olecied prin
cipal, and Mies Nannie Harkness, of thia
County, wai chosen as tbe successor of
Miss Dickson, who has resigned to accept
a position in the Columbia Graded School.
Prof. Walton is a brother-in-law of Rev.
W. T Capers, of this city, and comes to
Anderson bearing very high testimonials
ai to bia illness for the position. The
Board bas done more tban well in all
three of the ?lection?.
The Colombia State of the 18th inat.
saya: "Many of the Columbia friends of
Mr. Thomas P. Weston, Jr., recoived on
yesterday invitations to bia marriage,
which is to take place in Anderdon on
June 29 when bo will lead to tbe altar
Minn Anna Virginia Humphreys, of that
city. Mis? Humphreys bas visited here
on several occasions, and her attractive
presence bas al wny s drawn around Oer o
number of admirers. Everybody In Co
lumbia know H Tom Westou, and be
counts his friends here by tho hundreds,
and when tbe time coules bo will be show
ered with their congratulations sud good
A correspondent of tbe Aikeu Journal
and Review eayn ' Gen. M. L. BoDham,
of Anderson, 8. C., formerly Adjutant
ard Inspector-General of this State, ic
mentioned by his numerous admirers foi
the colonelcy of the next regiment of vol
unteers to ba ral?? d in this S ate. Ile would
makes typical and superb officer.. Poo
sensed of undaunted courage, a bold, dash*
ing aod commanding appearance, a sol
dier by inheritance, he la eminently capa
ble of rendering valuable and successful
service to bia country, a Dd adding frest
Isurels to the fame of the Palmetto Stat?
and his own illustrloua name. He ia wei
known to all the young men of Soutt
Carolina, and could. I believo, raive tbt
reglmeat if authorized to do so."
Married, on Wednesday evening, Juni
15, 1803, in the Presbyterian Church a
Clinton, S. C., by Kev. Wm. P. Jacobs
D. D., Prof. D. Manton Frierson, of Bates
ville. Ark., and Miss Willie Joe Vanee
daughter of Mr. W. T. Vance, of Clinton
The marriage was a most brilliant allai
and was witnessed by a large congrega
tion. There were seven g roo rc Rm en au
nnopn bridesmaids in attendance. Th
happy couple arrived in Anderson o:
Thursday and will spend a few week
here with relatives. Prof. Frierson is a
old Anderson boy, being a son of the lat
Rev. Dr. Frierson, bot for the past tw
years has been living at Bateavllle, Ark
where he ia a member nf the faculty nf tb
Arkansas College. We (oin tbe man
friends of the Professor in extending cou
grstulstiour, and wish he and his lovel
bride a long life of usefulness and happ
Anderson County is called upou I
mourn the losa of another t?oor? citizen I
the death of Mr. Jasper King, which oi
curred at bia heme in Willlamaton Towt
Hhlp last Sunday afternoon at 5 n'ulncl
Tbe deceased was alli io ted wl?h Bright
dUeaae and bsd been confined to bis roo:
since Isst February. He hud been gradi
ally and slowly wasting away, und b
death, therefore, was not unox poded t
his friends and loved one?. On Monde
afternoon at 4 o'clock bia reniatnH we
interred in the Whitefield Cbutchyar
tbe funeral eervlces being conducted !
tbe pustor. Rey. Mr. Allen, annistod 1
Itsv. W. B. Hawkirs Mr. King wa?
ann nf the late George King and WBH
years of age. He was born and reared ni
always lived in thia County. In his bo
hood be joined the Baptist Church, a?
throughout bis lifo waa un active, leadii
member. For a number of yenra heh
served HU a deacon io Whitefield (J mi rc
He nerved his Oiontry faithfully throuf
the civil war, being a mem ber ot'Co.
l?lb 8. C. Regiment He waa a mode
unassuming citizen and made a, friend
every acquaintance. He leaves* a vt ide
and ?-even children. Policeman King,
this city, being one of them, and in th?
sore bereavement they have tb? Hy m j:
thies of a wide circle of friends and rel
II i ..i? i .1. i.ii. I mn, MI
Yellow Jaundice Cured.
Suffering humanity should he suppl i
with every means possible for its reli
It ia with pleasure we publish the folio'
lng: "This ls to certify that I was a terril
sufferer from Yellow Jaundice for ov
nix months, and waa* treated by some
the beat physicians in our city and all
no avail. Dr. Bell, our druggist, recoi
mended Electric Bitte?; and after taki
two bottles, I was entirely cured. I nc
take great pleasure in recommending thi
to any person suffering from this terril
malady. I am gratefully yours, M.
Hogarty, Lexington. Ky." Sold by Hi
Orr Drug Co.
EST KA vico-A sorrel horse mole, wi
striped legs and a small knot on ila hoi
Any information concerning it will
thank folly received. A. L. Teasiey, oi
I Anderson Cotton Mill.
Miss Cornish take? orders for the fame
Egg Cream Complexion Soap at ber bot
and at Mit? Sallie Bowie's.
Why pay exorbitant prices for Binyo
when Sullivan Hard wore Co. can Qt j
up at real, honest value?
If you are afflicted with diarrhoea
dysentery, try Evans' Mixture. Guan
teed to oura the severest attack if tak
In time. For aale at Evana Pharmai
Price, only 25 cents a bottle.
8nlllvan Hardware Cn. ba* sold a t
mandons quantity of Hero and Crasa
Wheel?-doubling last season's blfc bu
nest?. WhyT The people have learn
tbat Sullivan Hardware Co. is on the
The Battle is On ?
We aro Prepared to Meet the Springtime Demands !
Our Clothing, Furnishings,
Hats and Shoes ....
Are as the standard of Spring 1898
dictates. Modern Ideas. New Kinks,
a touch here and there, all combine
to give tho wearer better satisfac
In the face of the improvements we 'have not discrimi
nated on the smallest detail to accomplish our purpose, which
is to give more and more and always more for less money
TOUR IDEAL SPRING SUIT IS HERE
And only here. To see is tc be convinced.
We earnestly ask you to call and inspect the nobbiest
and cleanest line of Clothing in upper South Carolina.
HALL & MILFORD
ROSTID IE lELSOIISr, S. G.
East Side Public Square.
HOT WEATHER GOODS !
We have on hand a big lot of Goods for hot weather. Call and see our
Bath Tubs, Sprinklers,
' ice Cream Freezers,
Ice Dream Saucers,
Plower Pots, Water Coolers, Etc.
We are ready to do jour ROOFING, in Tin, Iron or Slate-your TIN
WORK and your PLUMBING.
?gk,. Satisfaction guaranteed.
OSBORNE & CLINKSCALES,
Dealers in Stoves, Tinware, Crockery, Etc.
WE ARE A CANDIDATE !
For your Business, and we solicit
your Trade on the following plat
1st. We baudin only strictly pure aud first quality Goods.
2ud. We pay cash for every dollar's worth of Goods wo buy.
.'ird. We buy our Goods direct from manufacturers aud importers a
every eaving in cost.
4th. We do a general merchandise business, and do Dot have to make ail
our expenses out of one line, ns do certain speeiulty bouses.
ftlh. Wc make it a rule to buy the kind of Goods suited to this locality,
and do not seek to iuduce customers to buy that which they do not want.
6th. Our buyers are acknowledged experts..
Acting on these principles our trade lins largely iuereased. and our 1898
eales will prove to be by far tho largest of auy in the histoiy of our house,
and it shall be our earnest aim to meet the requirements of our trade ia every
department. Soliciting your trude for everything you need, we arc
D. C. BROWftl <& BRO.
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Has advanced, but we can still give you the highest grade
Flour on the market for the money.
We have a limited supply of Flour in stock that we can sell you for the
very low price of $4.50 per barrel.
Big Stock Coffee, Tobacco and Heavy Groceries,
Cheaper than anybody.
Shoes, Hats and Dry Goods
Cheaper than you ever had them priced you.
No matter what other people oller you Goods for, don't buy until you see
us, for remember Brownlee ?fe Vandivers Foll it for less.
Yours very truly,
BROWNLEE & VAN03VER8.